Grey Reverend on NPR's All Things Considered 8/21/11 Interview and Live Performance

Grey Reverend's debut full-length is called Of The Days. 
August 21, 2011
Larry "L.D." Brown, an acoustic songwriter who performs as Grey Reverend, suffers from one of the worst ailments a guitarist can have. Some years ago, he discovered he had focal dystonia, a neurological condition that causes muscles to constrict involuntarily, and which eventually caused Brown to lose the use of his left ring and pinky fingers.
Brown adapted to the problem, looking to guitarists such as John Fahey as examples of how to use fewer fingers more effectively. That folk-infused style is showcased on the first full-length album from Grey Reverend, Of the Days, which Brown recorded in his apartment in Brooklyn. Brown tells NPR's Laura Sullivan than his decision to record at home came after some less-than-ideal experiences with proper studios.

Interview will be broadcast at 5pm Sunday 8/21 on NPR stations across the U.S 
The whole segment will be archived on NPR's site starting Monday 8/22